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The Process Automation Podcast season 1, episode 6
For more than a century, automation systems have been central to enabling the operation of industries that provide the basic building blocks of our everyday lives – energy, power, water, metals, minerals, chemicals, and transportation. So how are automation systems being used today and in the future to scale to the needs of a growing population – while helping industries reduce carbon emissions?
Tune in to the latest episode of The Process Automation Podcast where host and engineering enthusiast Fran Scott speaks to Bernhard Eschermann, Chief Technology Officer at ABB Process Automation, and Mike Williams, automation consultant and ARC affiliate, about the key role of automation systems in enabling a more sustainable and resource-efficient future.
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